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. >> it will be, that's right. >>> coming up, for the second time this month new york city cops are on the lookout for somebody who killed somebody by shoving them in front of a moving subway train. >>> but up next, a new york woman is arrested for an alleged charity scam following the newtown school tragedy. >>> the town of newtown, connecticut is saying, thanks so much, but please, no more gifts following the school tragedy. so many people are sending in their tributes, workers can't keep up with all of those packages. instead, folks who want to offer condolences are being asked to help people in their own communities. >>> sandy hook elementary students return to class next week, but in the many time newtown is keeping them occupied with fun activities since the shootings. officials from the town, the school districts, and nonprofit agencies have sponsored pizza parties, field trips, and toy give-aways. and the newtown youth academy is opening its doors to all of the kids in town at no cost. >>> we are now getting a look at a woman federal authorities say used the connecticut school shooting to
talking about and yesterday morning's new york post front page showing a man hanging ontie subway ledge moments before being -- onto a subway ledge moments before being hit and killed by the train. now cops say they believe they've arrested the man who pushed the victim down onto the tracks who was caught tuesday by an off duty cop. the man who took the picture took 49 pictures including the one that made the front page. >> it all happened so fast. i don't know what i could have done more ear than jump onto the tracks -- other than jump onto the tracks and try to save him. but i'm not strong enough to lift a body off the tracks. >> the pictures will likely be used by the prosecutors to build their case against davis. >>> springfield mall as we know it will soon be a thing of the past except for the main anchor stores. the old mall is being demolished. as peggy fox reports, big plans are being put in place. >> reporter: the demolition of springfield mall has been a long time coming. it far outlived its heyday in the 1970s and '80s when it was so fancy prince charles and princess diana p
friends, jack pinto. adults sobbed. he loved the new york giants. family and friends also gathered to say goodbye to noah pozner. his twin sister was at a nearby classroom at sandy hook elementary school but survived the shooting. police are trying to figure out why 20-year-old adam lanza burst into the school and started firing a high powered riverle. emotions are running high as this community begins to lay them all to rest. throughout newtown, there are memorials like this one for the victims and their families. this one is closest to the school. people from across the northeast are traveling here to pay their respects. mary drove three hours from massachusetts to bring teddy bears. she no longer feels her own children are safe. >> there's no way out. people ask us to not be pair foiled but how? >> reporter: there was no school today so some parents brought their children to a local recreation center to have fun. >> this is exactly what the kids need after such a terrible tragedy. >> reporter: crews are renovating an old school in a nearby town for students who sur vierved the s
routes in the district. speed limits have been raised by 5 miles an hour on eastbound and westbound new york avenue from bladensburg road to the maryland line. bladensburg from mount olive north capitol street and coo normal road from cambridge to fox haul. got that? -- hall. got that? the d.c. mayor made the changes after a study of automated cameras show the speed limits could be raised without impacking safety. >>> metro's legal costs have skyrocketed over the past five years. the "washington examiner" reports that largely because of lawsuits stemming from the deadly red line crash in 2009. nine people were killed in that crash. 80 others were hurt. the paper says metro has paid out $173 million in claims as a result of the tragedy. >>> the national highway traffic safety administration is slapping toyota with a record-breaking fine. the japanese automaker must pay $17.4 million for once again failing to quickly report problems to federal regulators and for delaying a safety recall. it's the largest single fine ever assessed against a car company over safety defects. and the fourth t
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